Danish newspaper’s refusal to apologise to China over Coronavirus image and the G-20 virtual Summit

Newsroom24x7 Network In January this year, China had sought an apology from the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten and Danish artist Niels Bo Bojesen for publishing an image of the Chinese flag with its yellow stars represented by Coronavirus but the Danish newspaper chose not to oblige. After the Chinese embassy had issued a statement addressing the newspaper… Read More Danish newspaper’s refusal to apologise to China over Coronavirus image and the G-20 virtual Summit

Values and Ethics in Media and Mass Communication

Our World Our Times Anoop Swarup Oscar Wilde, the very popular Anglo Irish Dramatist and Poet who lived from 1854 to 1900, more than a century ago, lamented “Nowadays people know the price of everything and the value of nothing”. How true even today, I observed while addressing the distinguished gathering at the Makhanlal Chaturvedi… Read More Values and Ethics in Media and Mass Communication

Friends of the Lower Mekong and the sustainabilty initiative

Newsroom24x7 Desk Washington DC, Feb. 3: Friends of the Lower Mekong, a donor coordination group, have come together with the countries of the Lower Mekong to discuss the connection between water resources, energy needs, and food security. Carrying forward this objective, US Counselor Tom Shannon and Senior Advisor to the Secretary Ambassador David Thorne led… Read More Friends of the Lower Mekong and the sustainabilty initiative